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DOCSIS® mini-CMTS
DAH DOCSIS ACCESS HUB Teleste’s DOCSIS Access Hub brings high-speed broadband connections and broadcast TV to your customers. The DAH works in existing two-way coax networks, and is an ideal broadband solution for the hospitality sector and for MDU applications requiring business broadband and managed wireless services.
Teleste’s DOCSIS Access Hub (DAH) mini-CMTS is designed to bring high-speed broadband to individual apartments, to hotel rooms and cabins, or to areas with small subscriber base. It allows you to bring high-speed data, IPTV and OTT services to your customers with considerably lower costs compared to building new fibre infrastructures. Ideally the DAH is placed to a network location that serves around 500 customers. Thanks to the integrated DHCP server the DAH is a true “standalone” device that doesn’t need any external PC server for provisioning of the cable modems and due to its integrated CATV amplifier, it can also be used to deliver traditional broadcast TV.
DAH / DOCSIS ACCESS HUB
DAH PROVIDING FIBRE EXPERIENCE OVER COAX The DOCSIS Access Hub (DAH) mini-CMTS brings high-speed broadband connections and broadcast TV to your customers. It enables implementing various capacity scenarios supporting diverse business models and ensuring a high quality of service.
Easy-to-use mini-CMTS DOCSIS Access Hub mini-CMTS brings high-speed broadband connections and broadcast TV to your customers. It features an easy-to-use graphical user interface that makes the installation and management quick and easy. Thanks to the integrated DHCP server the DAH doesn’t need any external PC server for provisioning of the cable modems.
Robust and integrated DAH mini-CMTS can be installed both outdoors in street cabins as well as indoors inside apartment buildings. The casing meets IP54 classification which makes it fit for demanding conditions.
Integrated power supply, amplifier and switch make the product rugged and compact without need for any additional hardware. This also helps in setting up the device by making it simple and quick to install.
Complete set of equipment To make it simple and easy for you, we have also standard cable modems available to go with the DOCSIS Access Hub. Together they form a complete solution for offering broadband and data services to your customers using the existing coax infrastructure. You can get conveniently all that is needed from one place.
Gigabit Ethernet
DOCSIS MAC
Upstream receivers
Downstream transmitters
SFP Module
+ Broadband
L2 Switch Filter+ Filter
DOCSIS Access Hub – block diagramDOCSIS Access Hub – Gigabit IP over existing coax cable
Trouble-free performance with “plug and leave” Our extensive testing produces robust products that work. Every detail of the DAH has been thought through. For example, its fan-free design doesn’t need maintenance, and EMC problems are eliminated by proper isolation of Gigabit Ethernet ports. In addition, the DAH offers “plug and leave” functionality: just plug in the device and you are ready to leave. The DAH does the configuration work automatically for you.
Key features • Advanced management tools allowing free
capacity allocation • 16 downstream and 4 upstream channels • Supported downstream modulations:
QAM64, QAM256, QAM1024 • Supported upstream modulations:
QPSK, QAM16, QAM64, QAM256 • Capacity of 960 Mbps downstream
and 160 Mbps upstream • Remote configuration and management • USB port for local configuration • Excellent ESD and surge protection • Wide availability of subscriber modems • Based on mature standards , developed for high
availability networks
Gigabit Ethernet
TELESTE CORPORATION www.teleste.com
Copyright © 2018 Teleste Corporation. All rights reserved. Teleste and the Teleste logo are registered trademarks of Teleste Corporation. Other product and service marks are property of their respective owners. Teleste reserves the right to make changes to any features and specifications of the products without prior notice. Although the information in this document has been reproduced in good faith, the contents of this document are provided “as is”. Teleste makes no warranties of any kind in relation to the accuracy, reliability or contents of this document, except as required by applicable law.
P4P_DAH_1018
MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING DOWNSTREAM SIGNAL PATH (RF INTO RF OUT)
CLI via SSH / Telnet USB for local management Frequency range 54 / 85...1006 MHz
WEBUI HTTP Gain 42 dB
Dual application SW Safe remote SW upgrade Gain selection 42 dB/34 dB
Timed reboot Safe remote upgrade recovery CTB 42 channels 117.0 dBμV
SNMP SNMPv2c MIB’s & traps. CSO 42 channels 117.0 dBμV
Management VLAN Isolates CM management from CPE traffic Umax (112 QAM channels) 113.0 dBμV
Radius Authentication Centralised user password management DOCSIS DOWNSTREAM
Cable modem monitoring
Number of cable modems (MAC, IP addr, bonding, DOCSIS version). Status of each modem (ranging, registered, operational, offline)
Number of channels 16
Output frequency 108…1006 MHz
CPE connected to cable modems Number of CPE (MAC, IP). Status of CPE (active, non-active) Output level 95…117 dBμV per channel
Syslog
Internal and external syslog servers, Event Severity filters, Logging: any events, CM arrival/departure, user login, internal DHCP events
Modulation QAM64, QAM256, QAM1024
Techsupport file Easy way to gather technical status DOCSIS UPSTREAM
Teleste EMS integration Teleste Commander can manage DAH Number of channels 4
Upstream RF characteristics Level, SNR, FEC counters Input frequency 5...42 / 65 MHz
Upstream spectrum analyser Display US spectrum to detect problems Nominal input level 57…87 dBμV @ 5.12 Mbaud
Downstream RF characteristic Ask current RF parameters from CMs Type ATDMA, SCDMA
Service flow traffic Service flow specific packet/byte counters Modulation QPSK, QAM16, QAM64,
QAM256
Cable mode statistics Drop counters, state before last drop Symbol rate 1.28, 2.56, 5.12 Mbaud / Channel
RF channel usage rate Percentage to verify bitrate utilisation Channel width 1.6, 3.2, 6.4 MHz
NETWORKING GENERAL
Supported DOCSIS modems DOCSIS 2.0 / 3.0, Euro-DOCSIS 2.0 / 3.0 Power consumption 60 W
Provisioning of cable modems Integrated DHCP server, unique configuration file per CM Supply voltage 110…240 VAC
Shared secret protection Against local CM configuration Dimensions (h x w x d) 360 mm x 350 mm x 150 mm (14” x14” x 6”)
IPTV Support (Multicasting) IGMP snooping, IGMPv3 Weight 10 kg, (22 lbs)
QoS DOCSIS service flows (static) Class of enclosure IP54
VLAN tagging 802.1Q Operating temperature -10…+55 ºC
Load balancing Manages DS and US channel loading Number of gigabit ports 2
Automatic channel bonding Manual for non-adjacent DS channels Connectors
2 x RJ-45 socket, 1 x SFP module slot, 2 x PG11/F-femaleDS level adjustment Balance DS with broadcast channel levels
US level adjustment Optimise US levels EMC compatibility
EN50083-2, EN61000-6-1, EN61000-6-3US dynamic modulation Automatic adjustments based on SNR
Option 82 tagging (DHCP snooping, DHCP relay) ESD 4 kV

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